Politics

The Ohio Republican Party censured Rep. Anthony Gonzalez in May for voting in February to impeach Trump.
"He's crazy," Trump reportedly told advisers in November, adding that "the actual lawyers have been told they cannot represent my campaign.”
He'd have to appeal to more than his base to win reelection — because many voters were sick of his "f**king grievances," the attorney general reportedly said.
Grant Stinchfield flips his wig at a U.S. veteran working to rescue Americans in Afghanistan.
A grand jury indicted Michael Sussmann for allegedly lying to the FBI general counsel about who he was working for when he relayed information about Trump.
The former president insisted that they were being "persecuted so unfairly" for violently storming the Capitol and attacking law enforcement officers.
“The court was thought to be the least dangerous branch and we may have become the most dangerous,” the Supreme Court Justice said. “And I think that’s problematic.”
It's an "apt and effective visual metaphor" of what the Fox News personality has become, said The New Republic's editor Michael Tomasky.
"Nothing we do makes a difference. The world spins on, oblivious and belligerent, as we fight to save the tidal wave coming our way," Nashville nurse Kathryn Ivey wrote.
"Requirements that lawyers be strong advocates are pillars of our democracy," a former Florida state Supreme Court justice wrote of attorney Daniel Uhlfelder.